Goma Talks | Feminism After The Revolution

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Goma Talks | Feminism After The Revolution says
6.30 – 7.30pm, Thursday 28 Jul | GOMA | Free, no bookings required

In the final session, 'Feminism After the Revolution' hosted by Sarah Kanowski, presenter of ABC Radio National's Books and Arts, guests ponder the question: what is the way forward for 21st century feminism? It has been half a century since second-wave feminism revolutionised the roles and rights of women in the western world. What's changed, and what battles are still left to fight?

Join special guest panellists and Sarah Kanowski (Books and Arts at our final GOMA Talks.

-Van Badham, Writer, social commentator, theatre-maker
-Dr Marian Baird AO, Professor of Gender and Employment Relations, The University of Sydney
-Eva Cox AO, Writer, feminist, sociologist, social commentator and activist (joining via Skype from Sydney)
-Melissa Lucashenko, Novelist and essayist

View the live stream of GOMA Talks and share your comments, feedback and questions to the panel using the twitter hashtag #GOMAtalks or SMS 04 888 TALKS (82557).


Open from 5.30pm
Drop into the Cinema Lounge before the talk to enjoy food and drink offerings at our pop-up bar.


Deepen your GOMA Talks experience with our exclusive 'Food for Thought' package. Enjoy a delightful light bite to eat and glass of wine before the evening's GOMA Talks discussion, followed by a private, tailored tour of 'Cindy Sherman' with exhibition curator Ellie Buttrose, Associate Curator, International Contemporary Art, QAGOMA. Buy package now http://bit.ly/29uDLxA
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By: Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art

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